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PIAGET Dancer
924 “White Gold 1970s”

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€ 5.500

This beautiful Dancer model is in almost mint condition, and is presented with its original Piaget box.

The case is in solid 18k white gold, and so is the bracelet.

This watch is extremely elegant due to its extra-flat Piaget manual-winding 9P caliber. The 9P movement, launched in 1957, at a groundbreaking 2mm thick, made it possible for Piaget to create super-sleek watches that were much thinner than others on the market.

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About this watch

This beautiful Dancer model is in almost mint condition, and is presented with its original Piaget box.

The case is in solid 18k white gold, and so is the bracelet.

This watch is extremely elegant due to its extra-flat Piaget manual-winding 9P caliber. The 9P movement, launched in 1957, at a groundbreaking 2mm thick, made it possible for Piaget to create super-sleek watches that were much thinner than others on the market.

Watchfid Score

9,6 / 10

About the Model

The Piaget Dancer collection was introduced in the early 1980s, a period when the brand was already renowned for its ultra-thin movements and luxurious jewelry watches. The Dancer was conceived as a timepiece that would embody the grace and fluidity suggested by its name, while also showcasing Piaget’s technical expertise and aesthetic sensibility.

The Piaget Dancer is distinguished by several key design elements that contribute to its timeless appeal:

  • Elegant case and bracelet

The case of the Piaget Dancer is typically crafted from precious metals such as 18k gold or platinum. Its slender profile and smooth, rounded contours exude elegance and sophistication. One of the most distinctive features of the Dancer is its integrated bracelet, which is characterized by articulated links that mimic the fluidity of a dancer’s movements. These links often feature alternating polished and satin-finished surfaces, enhancing the bracelet’s visual depth and complexity.

  • Refined dial

The dial of the Piaget Dancer is a study in understated luxury. Available in various finishes, including opaline, guilloché, and mother-of-pearl, the dials are often adorned with minimalist hour markers and slim, elegant hands. Some models also feature diamond-set hour markers or bezels, adding a touch of sparkle without overwhelming the watch’s refined aesthetic.

  • Ultra-thin movement

True to Piaget’s legacy of ultra-thin watchmaking, many models in the Dancer collection are equipped with the brand’s renowned slim movements. These movements, such as the manual-winding Caliber 9P and the automatic Caliber 12P, ensure that the watch maintains a sleek profile while delivering exceptional precision and reliability.

About the Brand

Ultra-thin watchmaking has always been Piaget’s expertise. Since 1874, Georges­ Edouard Piaget had been supplying movements and movement components renowned for their fine workmanship, sophistication as well as thinness to the most prestigious international watchmaking houses.

In 1913, Piaget first began to appear in watch supplier catalogues as the specialist of ultra-thin components. Valentin Piaget took up the baton and pushed innovation to unprecedented heights in 1957 by introducing the 2mm thick 9P movement that caused a sensation, followed by the 12P and its ingenious off-centred 24K gold micro-rotor integrated into the movement plate, which became the world’s thinnest automatic caliber in 1960. It was a milestone in Piaget’s history, technique came at the service of design and enabled the Maison to create elegant and creative timepieces.

Services Included

Watchfid Certification Report: Yes

The purpose of this document is to determine whether the constituent parts of the watch are conform to the model reference /period or not, and to value their condition and importance.

Watchfid Digital Certificate: Yes

All the watches are provided with a digital certificate (the Watchfid-ID), that will be uploaded on your protected and anonymous digital wallet.

Watchfid Appraisal Book: No

This document presents each watch in the most objective and detailed manner possible, thanks to a substantiated analysis, high-resolution photos designed to highlight all elements of the watch and an innovative rating system. Available in printed and digital versions.

Extract of Archives: No

On request and when available, an extract of the archives from the manufacturer can be obtained.